If you’re new to San Diego, or you’re thinking about moving to the area, you may be wondering how on earth you will meet new people. With all of us so caught up in social media and our own busy lives, the old fashioned way of making new friends seems to have fallen by the wayside.
Renting your first apartment can be an exciting time! But it’s not a decision to go into lightly, especially since you’ll likely be committing to at least a one-year lease.
The Irvine Standard recently published an article on the best brunch spots in Irvine because when Sunday rolls around, Irvineites (yes, we just coined that) are often left wondering where the best french toast is. Here are the recommendations (and we’ve added our own, too!) The wine enthusiast Cucina Enoteca means…
With the California wildfires seemingly never-ending, be sure you have made a plan should you find yourself in your apartment community if and when the next fire strikes in your area. If you didn’t look when touring your apartment community, make sure you know where the fire alarms, smoke detectors, hoses and escape routes are.
The beautiful seaside village of La Jolla is one of the most sought-after places to live in San Diego! Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the village’s famed Prospect Street, often referred to as San Diego’s Rodeo Drive, is dotted with boutiques, antique shops, art galleries and distinctive restaurants.
So, you’ve narrowed it down to your top choices, gone down the “Yelp rabbit hole” and are finally ready to see the units and apartment communities in person. What do you when you tour with the landlord or leasing company? Here are some crucial items many excited renters forget to ask that come back to haunt them.
With many Newport Beach properties boasting impeccable finishes, sparkling pools, outdoor fire pits and activities galore, “home” can feel like a never-ending vacation. Looking for an apartment for rent in Newport Beach? Here are our top luxury apartments.